Ivy Clift is President of the Berkeley Lab Foundation. She also serves as the Chief Development Officer at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Prior to her arrival at the Lab in 2015, Ivy was the assistant vice president of medical center development at Stanford for three years, where she helped lead the successful $1 billion campaign for Stanford Medicine. Prior to that, she was director of The Stanford Fund for four years, raising over $20 million annually for undergraduate students. Ivy has served the University of California in a number of roles, including as UC Berkeley’s assistant athletic director, and as UCSF’s development director for medical education. She holds a B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from University of California Berkeley.
Alicia Yeh is Vice President of the Berkeley Lab Foundation. Prior to her arrival at the Berkeley Lab Foundation in 2016, Alicia was Director, World Wildlife Fund in Hong Kong, where she successfully led the marketing, fundraising and communications teams in fundraising $10 million annually. Previous to that she was Associate Director at the Asian Pacific Fund in San Francisco. She holds a B.S. in Management and Statistics from New York University.
CORBETT REDFORD, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
Corbett Redford serves as an Executive Assistant at UC National Laboratories charged with supporting Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Office of the Chief Development Officer and the Berkeley Lab Foundation. Prior to his arrival at UCNL in 2019, Corbett served as the Director, Producer, and Rights & Clearance Coordinator for a feature-length documentary about Bay Area music history. In conjunction with the documentary, Corbett was elected as a Board Member to the Berkeley-based non-profit 924 Gilman where he helped achieve a 2-year fundraising goal of $150,000 through strategy and management. Previously he was an Administrative Assistant for the Berkeley Lab Guest House and a Clerk for UC Berkeley Student Services.